Graystone Golf LinksLocated in Southwest Region
7600 West 191st. Street
Tinley Park, IL 60477
Main Phone: 708-720-6600 Website:
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Comments on Graystone Golf Links
|Golfer: Jeff J.
|Great comments same problems exists. Owner is a real prude! My wife and I loved playing the course. But the prices and the rules changes all the time. Even as much as no carts in the fairway! On dry 90 degree days? Once I left my wedge on the last hole, noticed it when I was driving home and I returned to the course. Upon my return, the owner told me that she locked the office and I had to come back tommorrow to see if my club was there. I saw the ranger on the course and he said that he returned the club to that office so I know it was there. But the owner refused to give it to me. I was told to come back tomorrow. Since I did not want the police called on me, I returned the next day to retrieve my club. All the comments I have read are very funny because I know they are true. We have decided not to patronize the course again, it would seem foolish to support such lack of appreciation. Unless you are interested in being frustrated by all the things we have commented on I would suggest you find another course!!! She_ll be out of business soon, and shes such(bad person)that I couldn_t see anyone paying $1000 to buy this course. It_s like a good dog, with a bad owner.
|Golfer: Anonymous Duffer
|nice course. poorley ran. showed up at six and was told no golf allowed after six. it didnt get dark till nine. anybody there hear of twilight. maybe they just dont want money. another time im only pair on the course went to play another nine and was told pay again or leave.
|Very nice course,well maintained, reasonable rates. Great place for playing nine holes.
|I have been to Graystone many times, this is worth the read. As the other reviews state, the management is very rude. As a business owner myself, I understand about a business making it these days. But when a 16 year boys loses a head cover, (a very obvious one for the club), goes back the next day and sees his cover on the \_sale\_ table (a folding table of lost head covers), shows the manager/owner his club, the other clubs to match, his receipt that he was there the day before and is told no, you cannot have it. But you may buy it for a dollar. That is not good business, that is a greedy shrew. I went back there with my son to confront this \_lady\_, sad to say, she was not there. The girl behind the counter asked if she could help, my son told her what had happened. The girl agreed that it was wrong, complained a bit of the business practices at Graystone, and without hesitation, gave my son his head cover. (also some of the used balls they sell there also). The course has gone down since the death of the true owner. Now his wife runs it. She has been looking for a buyer for a couple years. Maintenance and upkeep are not high on her priority list. Rates have gone up 3 times in 2 years, as I am sure they will go up again this year. The course is a decent 9 hole, however, no debit/credit cards are accepted. You can play 18 (University Park Golf Club, Deer Creek for example) for the cost of her 9. It is a 20/80 place to golf a quick 9. (the 80 being the negative) Nice layout and it does offer a challenge, but the lack of ways to pay, poor upkeep, high prices and extremely poor customer service pushes me away. I would say avoid this place. If you do happen to go, steer clear of the owner. You_ll be better off.
|Golfer: Golf Advocate
|Fax: (708) 532-5302 Green Fees: Weekend: $20.00 Contact: Karen Gray, CEO
|GOLF ELSEWHERE! Management was very rude. Made my experience very unpleasant: was harassed throughout the whole outing. I do not recommend any business at this place.
|Do not golf here...Owner is a racist and a bully just because she owns the place.
|Golfer: Jackie G.
|Very nice course. We love the bentgrass fairways. Plenty of trouble. A shot-makers course.
Graystone Golf Links Addtional Information & History
The 9-hole Graystone golf course at the Graystone Golf Links facility in Tinley Park, Illinois offers 2,948 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 62. The Graystone golf course opened in 1995 and was designed by James Gray.